Just this past weekend, Hillary Clinton gave the Democratic party a brand new message of hope and resistance when she uttered the words, “Let Resistance plus persistence equal progress.” Before Clinton’s new catchphrase was sparking buzz, however, came one from the opposing party. Republican Majority Leader Senator Mitch McConnell had no idea of the feminist turn that his words would take when he justified his actions of silencing Elizabeth Warren during her impassioned plea for Republican senators not to vote for US Attorney General nominee Jeff Sessions (who did, of course, go on to win the vote), saying, “She was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she persisted.”

WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 16: Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) speaks at a news conference on the Social Security system February 16, 2017 in Washington, DC. The news conference, hosted by Social Security Works, was held to mark "the day that millionaires stop paying into Social Security for the rest of the year" and to "demand that the wealthiest pay their fair share into Social Security." (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Now, the phrase has gone beyond memes, turning into something a little more permanent: a tattoo craze. Earlier this week, more than 100 people lined up outside Brass Knuckle Tattoo Shop to get the quote imprinted on their bodies for life after a Facebook fundraising event began making the rounds on social media. According to the shop’s owner, Shawn Phelps, who spoke with CNN, there were about 150 people in line, and the artists (who worked from 3pm to midnight) had to stop tattooing after 70.

Clients were able to choose from three pre-designed tats by graphic designer Chelsea Brink.

The event raised approximately $4,000 for Women Winning, an organization which works to “encourage, support, and elect pro-choice women.” “It was amazing and gratifying to see so many women gathered to support our mission…” the org’s executive director, Lauren Beecham, told the outlet.

Lucky for us, even though we may have missed the event, we can still get in on the action: Brink is willing to share her designs with the world in exchange for a donation to women’s rights. “The whole point was not just to get a tattoo but to make it an active way to get involved and make a difference.”

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(h/t CNN, photos via Trevor Adeline/Getty)